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At Qualcomm®, we are pretty lucky to work with some very talented interns. It also happens that we have a lot of cool tech for them to play with! So, it only seems natural that we should put both interns and tech through their paces with a hackathon! Thus, HackMobile 2016, a hackathon for Qualcomm interns was created.
Those who are familiar with the DragonBoard™ 410c by Arrow Electronics, Inc. have probably heard about 96Boards. For those uninitiated, 96Boards from Linaro Limited is the first open HW specification managed for low-cost, small footprint 32-bit and 64-bit Cortex-A boards.
“I’d like to program the DSP and move our app toward heterogeneous computing. How will that increase processing power, improve compute efficiency and reduce power consumption?”
With a world suddenly full of augmented reality enthusiasts thanks to Pokemon Go, can we here at Qualcomm be assume there aren’t others out there wanting to create augmented reality (AR) creatures of their own? The good news is that our developer of the month Aryan Behzadi and his company Triple-E are using a plethora of Qualcomm® technologies to help bring AR dreams to life.
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